The Long Shot: Saving Western Bats
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The Long Shot: Saving Western Bats

(intense techno music) – Double duty today with Coke and coffee. (laughs) Long night ahead. We are meeting the students later at the park, and it’s a great habitat for the species that we’re looking for, which is the Yuma myotis. And that Yuma myotis is the one that we’re focusing on for this project. […]

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Native Garden – Buying Native Plants
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Native Garden – Buying Native Plants

I’m turning a small space into an insect and bird-friendly native plant garden. Native plants have so many benefits over imported ones, which you can learn about in part 1 of this series. But today, we have a design, we know which plants we want, and all we need to do is go get them! […]

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Material Balance Problem Approach
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Material Balance Problem Approach

In this screencast we are going to learn how to approach a material balance. The most important thing to realize is, when balancing steady state systems, that mass in always equals mass out. It does not matter whether there is a reaction. It does not matter if there is more than one phase. Doesn’t matter […]

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This Week at Interior May 24, 2013
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This Week at Interior May 24, 2013

THIS WEEK… AT INTERIOR… A NEW STUDY FROM THE U-S GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CONFIRMS THAT FROGS, TOADS, AND SALAMANDERS IN THE UNITED STATES ARE VANISHING AT AN ALARMING RATE. IT’S THE FIRST EVER SUCH ESTIMATE OF THE DECLINE OF U-S AMPHIBIAN POPULATIONS… SCIENTISTS SAY THE DECLINE IS WIDESPREAD, FROM THE SWAMPS OF FLORIDA TO THE TOPS […]

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